55 Places to Visit in South Africa, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Wits Art Museum, Kruger National Park, District Six Museum, Table Mountain, Cape Point, Castle of Good Hope, Golden Mile, Durban Botanic Gardens, Umhlanga Rocks, Constitution Hill, Johannesburg Zoo, Route 67, Hobie Beach, Cango Caves, and many more.

The fascinating and off-beat places to visit in South Africa not only let you enjoy an enthralling holiday in this naturally and culturally rich country but also let you explore its hidden splendors to the fullest. These stunning places range from breathtaking national parks and intriguing museums to picturesque beaches and brilliant heritage sites. Such places offer visitors extensive knowledge about the rich past of the country, let them explore the flourishing biodiversity, and allow them to indulge in a myriad of adventure activities.

The historical tourist places in South Africa like the Wits Art Museum, the Valley of 1000 Hills, the South End Museum, and the Kruger House Museum offer a sneak peek into the important erstwhile events of the country and tell fascinating stories about legendary personalities like Nelson Mandela and President Paul Kruger. The Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens, the Umgeni River Bird Park, the Shamwari Private Game Reserve, and the Pilanesberg National Park let you encounter the flora and fauna of the country, while enjoying a variety of adventure activities like hiking, horse riding, and rafting.
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Must Places to Visit in South Africa

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Kruger National Park

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If you’re a  Wildlife Enthusiast then Kruger National Park must definitely be on your bucket list. Kruger National Park is not only the largest wildlife reserve in South Africa but on the planet too.
The national park covers an area of 20,720 sq kilometers.

Kruger National park lets you spot the big five Lions, Leopards, Rhinos, Elephants and Buffalos in their natural habitat or in an untamed manner. Along with the big 5, it’s also home to various other animals like  Wildebeest, Zebras, Giraffes, Hippopotamuses, etc. You can also spot 517 species of Birds including lappet-faced vulture, martial eagle, saddle-billed stork, kori bustard, ground hornbill, etc. The wildlife reserve has a great variety of flora including trees like the Baobab & Marula Trees.

Location: The Kruger National Park is located in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa.

Time: 6:00am-5:30pm

Entry Fees: Rs 1500 per adult
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Soweto & the Mandela Museum

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The historical center, a house including four driving rooms, contains a variety of memorabilia, artistic creations and photos of the Mandela family. It also includes an assortment of privileged doctorates of Nelson Mandela from colleges and foundations around the planet.

There's additionally a boxing belt from Sugar Ray Leonard, a multi-shaded shroud introduced to the previous president and a line of his old boots. The matchbox home, at 8115 Ngakane Street, was Mandela's first house. He moved there with his first spouse Evelyn Ntoko Mase in 1946. After their separation in 1957, she moved out.

Location: It is located in Soweto.

Timings: 9:00 am to 4:45pm

Entry fees: R40 for SA citizens and AU members, R60 for non-AU adults, R20 for children.
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Are you searching for the best tourist places in Cape Town? Dive into the exciting history of the capital city at this enticing museum which has beautifully preserved the culture and historical facts of district six. Reckoned as the oldest settlements in the whole of Cape Town, this museum bears a lot of significance in the ancient history of the city.

Visitors come here to acquaint themselves with the lifestyle, and culture of the natives who have been residing here for decades. It also provides you with a vivid description of the events that occurred during the Apartheid times and the significant reasons behind the discrimination.

Location: 25A Buitenkant St, Zonnebloem, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa

Timing: 9 am to 4 pm and Saturday, Sunday closed
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Constantia Valley

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Constantia, the most established wine-production district on the planet. Loaded up with legacy and scenes of unparalleled excellence, Constantia is simply the ideal spot to stay when visiting Cape Town.

The mountain reaches and greenbelts offer stunning photograph openings with climbing, horse riding and mountain trekking trails. Constantia gives a picturesque scene of nature around. If you are a nature buff and want to some time in isolation with nature then a visit to Constantia Valley is a must.

Location: It is located in the Suburb of Cape Town.
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The Garden Route

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The Garden Route starts around four hours outside of Cape Town and terminates in the breathtaking Tsitsikamma Forest. One of the most popular tourist attractions in South Africa, the Garden Route consists of a 300 kilometers long, scenic coastline, lying between Mossel Bay and Plettenberg Bay.

The route flaunts a stunning diversity of azure blue lagoons, serene lakes, protea-studded slopes, evergreen forests, and pristine sandy beaches. Offering excellent hiking and bird watching opportunities, this region attracts adventure junkies. One can also spot whales, dolphins, and seals from the seaside cliffs.
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Kgalagadi National Park

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Nestled in the southern Kalahari desert, the Kgalagadi National Park features stunning red sand dunes, dry riverbeds, sparse vegetation, and bountiful wildlife. Big cats like cheetahs, leopards, and lions move freely inside this national park, making it one of the best tourist places in South Africa for wildlife photographers and safari enthusiasts.

Other fascinating animals that can be easily spotted in this national park include the bat-eared fox, the cape fox, ground squirrel, meerkat, Pangolin, the Honey Badger, blue wildebeests, hyenas, and jackals. The Kgalagadi National Park also has traditional three-fenced camps to offer visitors excellent night camping opportunities in the wilderness.

Location: R360, Upington, 8800, South Africa

Entry Fee: For South African Citizens and Residents - R 101 per adult, per day & R 50 per child, per day; For SADC Nationals - R 202 per adult, per day & R 101 per child, per day; For International Visitors - R 404 per adult, per day & R 202 per child, per day
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Addo National Park

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Established back in 1931 and spread across an area of around 540 square kilometers, the Addo National Park happens to be the third largest national reserve of South Africa. The Addo National Park is famed to be home to one of the highest populations of African Elephants in the world.

The park is also known to be sheltering the “Big 7” of Africa - elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo, leopard, great white shark, and southern right whale. The Addo National Park also features a host of excellent hiking trails including the 36 kilometers long Alexandria Hiking trail, the 7 kilometers long Tree Dassie Trail, and the 2.4 to 8 kilometers long Zuurberg Mountain Trails.

Location: Paterson Road, Addo, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Timing: 7 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fee: For South African Citizens and Residents - R86 per adult, per day & R43 per child, per day; For SADC Nationals - R172 per adult, per day & R86 per child, per day; For International Visitors - R344 per adult, per day & R172 per child, per day
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Pilanesberg National Park

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Spread across a huge area of whopping 55,000 hectares, Pilanesberg National Park happens to be the fourth largest national park in South Africa. This breathtaking national park is packed with a variety of stunning landscapes, including wooded valleys, typical bushveld, thickets, open grasslands, densely forested ravines, and rocky outcrops.

The picturesque Mankwe Dam lying at the heart of the national park also adds to its natural beauty. Home to the famous ‘Big 5’, the Pilanesberg National Park is one of the top-rated places to visit in South Africa for enjoying game drives.

Location: Bojanala, North West, South Africa

Timing: March to October - 6 AM to 6.30 PM; November to February - 5.30 AM to 7 PM

Entry Fee: R 80 per head for adults, R 110 per head for foreign adults, R 30 per head for children between 6 to 12 years, R 40 per head for pensioners
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iSimangaliso Wetland Park

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Known formerly as the St Lucia Wetland Park, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park consists of Mkuze Game Reserve, the Kosi Bay Natural Reserve, the St Lucia and Maputaland Marine Reserves, Lake St Lucia, and the Coastal Forest Reserve. This wetland park is home to over 450 bird species including storks, pelicans,  the Madagascar fish eagle, terns, and herons.

The park also shelters umpteen varieties of animals including black and white rhino, waterbuck, impala, kudu, giraffe, buffalo, elephants, sea turtles, dolphins, whales, and the Nile crocodile. One of the favorite tourist places in South Africa among adrenaline seekers, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park offers a host of adventure activities including deep sea fishing, diving, game viewing, whale watching, horse riding, hiking, bird watching, estuary fishing, and rock and surf fishing.

Location: KwaZulu-Natal Province,  South Africa

Timing: 6 AM to 6.30 PM

Entry Fee: Kosi Bay: Adults R55, children R28; Coastal forest: Adults R28, children R16; False Bay: Adults R45, children R27; Maphelane: Adults R45, children R27; Sodwana Bay: Adults R23, children R19; Eastern Shores (Bhangazi gate), Mkhuze (Ophansi and eMshopi gates) and Western Shores (Dukuduku gate): Adults R51, children R37
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Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve

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Spread across an area of around 29,000 hectares, the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve is a part of the Greater Drakensberg escarpment. This nature reserve is home to amazing natural wonders - Pinnacle Rock, God's Window, the Three Rondavels, and the Bourke's Luck Potholes. The reserve shelters over 1,000 endemic, endangered, and rare species of flora along with a wide variety of wildlife creatures including hippos, crocodiles, primates, Oribi, Kudu, Klipspringer, and Grey Rhebuck.

The Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve allows adventure junkies to indulge in a myriad of exhilarating activities, including white water rafting, abseiling, fly-fishing, horseback riding, hiking, biking, boating, kloofing, and hot-air ballooning.

Location: R543, Ehlanzeni, South Africa

Timing: 7 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: Three Rondavels - Adults R25, Children under 12 years & pensioners R15; God’s Window - Adults R15, Children under 12 years & pensioners R10; Potholes - Adults R55, Children under 12 years & pensioners R20; Pinnacle - Adults R15, Children under 12 years & pensioners R10
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Merely 2 km away from Cape Town, Robben Island is often known as the place of banishment. It is believed that during the Apartheid times, social outcasts were forcefully fleeted to this spot. With its close link with the brutality, cruelty, and discrimination being practised during the Apartheid times, Robben Island holds utmost significance among Africans.

Moreover, this site also used to be the prison for freedom fighters who dedicated their entire lives to the freedom struggle of their country. With so much historical significance, this island site has been now converted into a museum that attracts a plethora of history buffs throughout the year. If you are eager to explore the best historical places to visit in Cape Town, Robben Island is your go-to spot.

Location: Table Bay, Western Cape province, South Africa
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Golden Gate Highlands National Park

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Established back in 1963 and spread across a huge area of around 18.5 square miles, the Golden Gate Highlands National Park flaunts breathtaking red and golden cliffs and a huge population of fascinating wildlife. The national park is known popularly for its virgin natural beauty, adventure activities, dinosaur fossils, and rich culture.

The Golden Gate Highlands National Park is home to Black beest, red hartebeest, burchell’s zebra, rare bearded vultures, oribi, springbok, eland, and blesbok. The park allows adventure enthusiasts to engage in a number of adrenaline-fueled activities including hiking and white-river rafting.

Location: Clarens, 9707, South Africa

Entry Fee: For South African Citizens and Residents - R 59 per adult, per day & R 29 per child, per day; For SADC Nationals - R 118 per adult, per day & R 59 per child, per day; For International Visitors - R 236 per adult, per day & R 118 per child, per day
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Sani Pass

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The Sani Pass is a picturesque mountain pass that starts at an elevation of around 1544 meters above sea level and goes up to a height of around 2876 meters above sea level. Climbing 1332 vertical metres, the pass happens to be a steep gravel road, which is a bit challenging to traverse.

Lying between KZN and Lesotho, the Sani Pass is one of the most preferred places to visit in South Africa to enjoy off-roading in a 4x4 vehicle.

Location: Border of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa and Mokhotlong, Lesotho
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An hour drive from Cape Town city will take you to this ethereal destination which has abundant beauty and magic to offer to the tourists. Nestled in the quaint town of Simon's, Boulders Beach primarily serves as a haven to over two thousand African Penguins.

Tourists flock to this beach to witness these lovely creatures, who look even cuter walking in a row with small disciplined steps. As you move to the neighbouring Foxy Beach, be ready to watch them in the most picturesque landscapes complete with rocks, boulders, and glistening white sand.

If you are searching for the most surreal places to visit in Cape Town, Boulders Beach definitely deserves a shot.

Location: Kleintuin Rd, Simon's Town, Cape Town, 7995, South Africa

Timing: 7 am to 5 pm
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Tsitsikamma National Park

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A part of the famous Garden Route National Park, the Tsitsikamma National Park is one of the perfect places to see in South Africa for wildlife enthusiasts and adventure junkies. Packed with bountiful marine creatures, this breathtaking national park lets its visitors engage in snorkeling, diving, whale watching, and dolphin spotting.

The national park features a variety of landscapes including reefs, lush forests, coastal scenery, delicate Fynbos, and rivers. The Tsitsikamma National Park offers a myriad of thrilling activities, including kayaking, hiking, bungee jumping, abseiling, swimming, hiking, sailing, and mountain biking.

Location: Garden Route, Western Cape and Eastern Cape, South Africa

Entry Fee: For South African Citizens and residents - R 40 per adult, per day & R 20 per child, per day; For SADC Nationals - R 262 per adult, per day & R 131 per child, per day; For Foreigners - R262 per adult, per day & R131 per child, per day
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Places to Visit in Cape Town

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A flat hill overlooking Capetown city, Table Mountain happens  to be one of the most scenic places to visit in Cape Town. A picturesque home to over 1500 species of flora and fauna, this place is unparalleled in its own right. While here, you can either head for an exciting hiking trip or soak in the spellbinding views of the valley.

Many visitors also take the cable car ride to admire the aerial views of the Cape Peninsula- a place with a massive botanical garden featuring rare medicinal herbs and plants sprawled across a 1250 sqm area.

Location: Table Mountain National Park 8001 South Africa
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Sitting right next to Table Mountain, this verdant botanical garden witnesses a massive influx of travellers throughout the year. Established in 1913, it was opened to preserve the flora of its neighbouring region. That being said, the garden preserves the flora which grows not only in Cape Town but in the whole of South Africa.

With spectacular Table Mountain forming its backdrop, Kirstenbosch is an ideal trail for hikers and nature lovers. If you are searching for places to visit in Cape Town to escape the boisterous crowd of the city, look nowhere else than this vibrant site.

Location: Rhodes Dr, Newlands, Cape Town, 7735, South Africa

Timing: 8 am to 6 pm
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Are you looking for tourist places in Cape Town to take in the aerial views of the city? If yes, a visit to Signal Hill and the Noon Gun is all that you might need. A stone's throw away from the city centre, it invites tourists with the charismatic vistas of the capital region with the Atlantic Ocean as the major highlight.

The hill sits at an altitude of 360 meters and has abundant opportunities for trekking and hiking. Additionally, it is also known for its historical significance which dates back to the time when signal flags were hoisted from this point to communicate important news to the arriving ships.

To make the most out of your visit to Signal Hill, visit here during the sunset hours when the sun leaves behind its orangish hues on the hill. If you are on the lookout for the most surreal tourist places in Cape Town, Signal Hill won't disappoint you.

Location: 
Military Rd, Schotsche Kloof, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Timing: 8 am to 4 pm and Sunday closed
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Delve deeper into the magic of Cape Town at this mesmerizing destination which boasts of its glorious fishing history. Standing in the heart of the city, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is lined with a spate of restaurants, bars, and pubs where you can take in the celebrative vibe of the city.

Guests can choose to either bask in the vistas of Table Mountain or learn interesting details about the ancient fishing business in South Africa. With bountiful places to eat, shop, drink, and celebrate, this Cape Town attraction doesn't let you have a single dull moment.

If you are eager to have the bird's eye view of Cape Town, don't forget to include The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront among the list of places to visit in Cape Town.

Location: 19 Dock Rd, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Timing: 9 am to 9 pm
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Just 60 Km outside the city, Cape Point is counted among the best places to visit in Cape Town. This site draws tourists with its massive stone cliffs, spectacular bays, rolling green hills, and verdant valleys. Being home to around 250 different bird species, it also serves as a major haunt for wildlife buffs and bird lovers.

Additionally, it welcomes you with a row of 1100 indigenous plants which add to the natural splendour of this surreal destination. A short walk from here will lead you to Two Oceans Restaurant where you can treat your taste buds with scrumptious African meals.

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Cape Peninsula, Cape Town, South Africa
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One of the best tourist places in Cape Town standing as an exclusive section in Table Mountain National Park, Castle of Good Hope bewitches you with its intriguing history and picturesque vistas. Perched on the southwest tip of Africa, it paints picture-perfect scenery for the visitors with its captivating coastline, pristine waters, and beaches.

This place also remains one of the preferred sightseeing attractions among the adrenaline enthusiasts who flock here to explore the underwater adventures and enjoy the experience of Flying Dutchman Funicular which takes them 238 miles above the ocean.

Additionally, you can also take a stroll down its lighthouse which has the most surreal views on the display. Once you are done enjoying water sports and relaxing on the beach, grab a quick bite at the Two Oceans Restaurant.

Location: Darling St & Buitenkant St, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Timing: 9:30 am to 4 pm
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Merely 6 Km away from the hectic streets of the city centre, Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches are dotted with several lavish estates which add to the beauty of its white sandy beaches. Attracting both foreigners and natives alike, this captivating beach site also serves as a venue for volleyball and surfing.

A short walk from the first beach will take you to a site that is the hub for adventure sports and stands out with its Lion's Head peak. The fourth beach of Clifton and Camps Bay is known for its fresh and pristine water where you can unwind for hours at a stretch.

If you are craving for a delicious feast, go to one of its trendy bars and café retreats which are waiting to serve you the best dining experiences. With so much fun and beauty in its reserve, Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches is certainly one of the best tourist places in Cape Town.

Location: 
Camps Bay 8005 South Africa
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Lose yourself in the underwater world, as you revel in the beauty of the stunning displays of marine life in the Two Oceans Aquarium. Meet the crabs, the waddling penguins, streamlined and sleek predators, adorable crown fish and the giant sea-turtles as huge as toddlers.

If you are wondering why the Aquarium is called Two Oceans is because Cape Town is inimitably positioned at the confluence of Atlantic and Indian Oceans. The cold and warm currents mingle and give rise to an unimaginable diversity. Hence the Aquarium showcases this phenomenal array of marine life just like the Cape Town’s coastline that is swarming with life.

Home to over 200 species and 8000 creatures you get an opportunity to come face to face with the adorable monochromatic-feathered African Penguins, the grotesque & jawless hagfish, and several other endemic species like the leopard toad, spotted gully shark, and puffadder shy shark.

Behold the other worldly Ocean Exhibit, filled with 1.6 million liters of seawater, and watch the gentle stingrays alongside languid turtles, glide gracefully aloft. Fall in love with the shapeshifting jellyfishes here, appearing to be blobs within a lava lamp, imparting a glow-in-the-dark effect.

Location: Dock Rd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002, South Africa

Timing: Monday – Friday (9:30 AM – 6PM) Saturday- Sunday (9:00 AM – 6 PM)
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Places to Visit in Durban

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Golden Mile

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Often known as “The Mile”, the Golden Mile flaunts sparkling golden sands, warm waters, and sub-tropical sunshine. The key highlights across the Golden Mile include the Mini Town, the Blue Lagoon, Bay of Plenty, the Surfing Museum, Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World, Dairy Beach, Skate Park, North Beach, Snake Park, and uShaka Marine World aquarium.

The beach also has a number of food stalls, serving drool-worthy seafood. Once can also shop for local arts and crafts from the vendors on the beach.

Location: St Helena Bay, Durban, South Africa

Entry Fee: R 605 per head
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Umgeni River Bird Park

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Established by Dr Alan Abrey and spread across a magnificent area of whopping 3.5 hectares, the Umgeni River Bird Park is one of the most sought-after places to see in South Africa for avid birdwatchers. This bird park is home to more than 700 species of colourful indegenous and exotic birds.

Some of the commonly spotted birds in this park include Blue Crane, King Vulture, Lesser Palm Cockatoo, Eastern Black-Capped Lory, Blue and Yellow Macaw, Common Peafowl, Grey Crowned Crane, Marabou Stork, Demoiselle Crane, and White Stork. One of the important attractions of the Umgeni River Bird Park is the free-flight bird show.

Location: Riverside Rd, Durban North, Durban, 4051, South Africa

Timing: 9 AM to 3 PM; Closed on Wednesday

Entry Fee: R 64 per head for adults, R 42 per head for children between 3 to 12 years, R 36 per head for pensioners
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Durban Botanic Gardens

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Visit the Durban Botanical Gardens to walk amid magnificent trees and discover exotic plants.  Sip some traditional high tea, attend live music events and spot butterflies, birds and reptiles. Established in 1849 as an experimental site for cultivating tropical plants, today the Durban Botanical Gardens has a collection of over 8,000 plants and is one of Africa’s oldest botanic gardens.

Paved tree-lined trails weave around the gardens, making it a great place to explore on foot. See a collection of rare cycads and marvel at the fascinating display of multicolored orchids in the Orchid House. Admire imposing palm trees along the Palm Walk and enjoy sweeping views of the gardens from the Fern Dell. Don’t miss the sculpture collection at the Garden of Senses.

Look for myriad wildlife, including frogs, monkeys, turtles and fluttering butterflies, Spot numerous birds including herons and pelicans then Durban Gardens is a must place to visit in South Africa.

Location: It is located in Durban.

Timings: 7-30am-5-45pm
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Ushaka Marine World

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Ushaka Marine World fuses ocean water, rich vegetation. With the fifth biggest aquarium on the planet by volume of water, the recreation center is themed with attention to family amusement. Regardless of the occasion, you will consistently discover something to do at uShaka Marine World.

Appreciate fun at SeaWorld, have a significant dinner at any of the numerous eateries (counting the stunning Shark Restaurant, arranged in the themed wreck with a window into a shark tank), go out to shop.

Sea World offers edutainment visits in the background and extraordinary intelligent exercises like swimming through reefs and caves and scuba jumps make it a must place to visit in South Africa for water buffs.

Location: It is located in Durban.

Timings: 9am-5pm

Entry fees: R186 for adults R138 for children and free under 3yrs
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Moses Mabhida Stadium

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The Moses Mabhida Stadium is nestled within a sporting complex in Durban city on the shores of the Indian Ocean. This circular stadium flaunts an impressive 105 meters arch, which offers a sight to behold. A cable system connects the arch to the edges of the roof.

The visitors can take a cable car to reach the observation platform lying on the top of the arch and soak in the breathtaking panoramic views of the entire stadium. Flaunting a perforated metal sheet facade, the stadium has the capacity to accommodate a total of 70,000 spectators at a single time.

Location: 44 Isaiah Ntshangase Rd, Stamford Hill, Durban, 4023, South Africa

Timing: 9 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: R 55 per head
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Umhlanga Rocks

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Once a part of Sir Marshall Campbell’s sugar estate, Umhlanga Rocks happens to be a mesmerizing holiday village. Offering the perfect amalgamation of a well-established town and a countryside vibe, this small, calm village is one of the top tourist places in South Africa for travelers seeking a relaxed beach holiday.

With blooming coral reefs and bountiful tropical fish sheltered along the Umhlanga coastline, this place makes for the perfect abode for snorkelers and scuba divers. The warm waters at some places of Umhlanga also offer good surfing opportunities.

Location: KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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KwaMuhle Museum

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Flaunting robust copper-clad entrance doors and a classy arch-lined veranda, the KwaMuhle Museum is one of the brilliantly architectured places to visit in South Africa. The museum aims at showcasing the history and the urban growth of the city of Durban.

You can witness photographic illustrations of township lifestyle and learn about the contributions made by the ordinary people for the development of the city. Some of the exhibits of the museum include ‘The Durban System’, The Mkhumbane Gallery, The Shadows of the Past, and a community mural.

Location: 130 Bram Fischer Rd, Durban Central, Durban, 4001, South Africa

Timing: Monday to Friday - 8.30 AM to 4 PM, Saturday - 8.30 AM to 12.30 PM, Closed on Sunday
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Valley of a Thousand Hills

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Extending from Cato Ridge to Kloof, the Valley of 1000 Hills is perched around the verdant valley formed by River Mngeni. Making for a gigantic gorge between Pietermaritzburg and Durban, the Valley of 1000 Hills flaunts breathtaking greenery and unspoilt scenic natural beauty.

This region is known popularly for its rich culture, glorious history, and bountiful biodiversity. Once home to multiple battlefields and the erstwhile Zulu community, today this place boasts laidback country living, brilliant local arts and crafts, warm country hospitality, virgin scenery, abundant wildlife, and excellent dining options.

Location: 47 Old Main Rd, Bothas Hill, Durban, 3610, South Africa

Timings: Open 24 hours
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Places to Visit in Johannesburg

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The Apartheid Museum

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The Apartheid Museum opened in 2001 and is recognized as the pre-prominent historical center on the planet managing the twentieth century is a famous Places to see in South Africa, at the core of which is the politically-sanctioned racial segregation story. The Apartheid Museum, the first of its sort, delineates the ascent and fall of politically-sanctioned racial segregation.

A structural consortium, containing a few driving compositional firms, conceptualized the plan of the structure on a seven-hectare stand. The gallery is a sublime illustration of configuration, space and scene offering the global-local area a remarkable South African experience.

Location: It is located in Johannesburg.

Timings: 9am-5pm

Entry fees:  Adults: R85.00 -Pensiooers, university students and children: R70.00
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Constitution Hill

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The historical site of the Constitution Hill is home to several inspirational and thought-provoking exhibitions, which are spread across four primary locations - the Number Four Jail, the Awaiting Trial Block, the Old Fort, and the Women's Jail. This place once held captive many renowned activities including Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela, and Mahatma Gandhi.

Today, this place also shelters an interactive kid's playground and a cafe, in addition to the museum. The Constitution Hill also hosts regular cultural events and concerts.

Location: 11 Kotze St, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2001, South Africa

Timing: 9 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: R 63 per head for adults, Free for children below 7
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Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens

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Named after the legendary Apartheid Struggle Hero Walter Sisulu and set against the picturesque Witpoortjie waterfall, the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens is spread across a huge area of whopping 300 hectares. Established back in 1982, this lush botanical garden is home to natural veld as well as landscaped areas.

Consisting of an amalgamation of savanna and grasslands, the natural vegetation of this garden is referred to as "Gold Reef Mountain Bushveld".  One of the most ideal places to visit in South Africa for naturalists, the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens shelters more than 500 naturally occurring plant species at present.

Location: End, Malcolm Rd, Poortview, Roodepoort, 1724, South Africa

Timing: 8 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: R 50,00 per head for adults, R 30,00 per head for students, R 15,00 per head for scholars, Free for pensioners and children under 6
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South African National Museum of Military History

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One of the most important historical places to visit in South Africa, the South African National Museum of Military History was officially opened on 29 August 1947 by Prime Minister Jan Smuts. The museum was established with the aim of safeguarding the history of the role of South Africa in the Second World War.

However, the museum started housing South Africa’s every conflict in 1975. The entire museum is categorized into a total of 37 sections and shelters over 44,000 items. Some of the important exhibits of the museum include armoured fighting vehicles, small arms, graves and memorials, edged weapons, medals, and barrack and camping tools.

Location: 22 Erlswold Way, Johannesburg, 2132, South Africa

Timing: 8 AM to 2 PM

Entry Fee: R 30 for adults, R 25 for students
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Wits Art Museum

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The Wits Art Museum is a well-curated museum that showcases an extensive collection of traditional as well as modern African artworks. The museum is home to more than 9,000 impressive artworks collected over seven decades. Exhibiting African art objects from Central, West, and South Africa, the Wits Art Museum is one of the best places to see in South Africa for art enthusiasts.

Traditional artworks displayed in the museum include wooden sculptures, beadwork, drums, basketry, wirework, textiles, and masks. Contemporary artwork presentations include watercolour paintings, printmaking, photography, and drawings by renowned artists like Robert Hodgins, William Kentridge, Willem Boshoff, Alan Crump, Penny Siopis, Kendell Geers, and Santu Mofokeng.

Location: Wits Art Museum Cnr Jorissen and, Bertha St, Johannesburg, 2001, South Africa

Timing: 10 AM to 4 PM; Closed on Sunday and Monday

Entry Fee: R 81 per head for adults, R 40 per head for children under 12
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Johannesburg Zoo

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Spread across an area of around 54 hectares, the Johannesburg Zoo shelters more than 2070 animals across 365 different species. The zoo features a reptile house, an ape house, a walk-in aviary, and enclosures for tigers, bears, and pumas.

The commonly spotted animals at the Johannesburg Zoo include Hartmann's Zebra, Black and White Ruffed Lemur, bat-eared foxes, hippos, antelopes, chimpanzees, gorillas, elephants, and polar bears. Night safari in the zoo will also let you witness cats, bats, and owls.

Location: Jan Smuts Ave, Parkview, Randburg, 2122, South Africa

Timing: 9 AM to 4.30 PM

Entry Fee: R 80 per head for adults, R 50 per head for children
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Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum

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Formerly known as the King George VI Art Gallery, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum was opened for the public back on 22 June 1956. One of the most suggested tourist places in South Africa for art fanatics, the museum is home to impressive South African Art, Oriental Art, Chinese textiles, Indian miniatures, and British art, which are exhibited in two separate buildings.

The permanent exhibit of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum includes brilliant artworks by eminent artists including Honore Daumier, Rembrandt van Rijn, David Hockney, Marc Chagall, and Henry Moore.

Location: 1 Park Dr, Port Elizabeth Central, Gqebera, 6001, South Africa

Timing: 9 AM to 5 PM; Closed on Saturday and Sunday
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Kragga Kamma Game Park

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One of the most-loved places to visit in South Africa among safari seekers, the Kragga Kamma Game Park features lush grasslands and dense coastal forests that are home to the fascinating African game animals.

Visitors prefer taking guided tours of this game park to spot umpteen varieties of wildlife creatures including White Rhinos, Buffalo, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe, Cheetah, Giraffe, and Zebra. The Kragga Kamma Game Park is also facilitated with a variety of accommodation options for the game enthusiasts.

Location: Kragga Kamma Rd, Linton Grange, Gqebera, 6015, South Africa

Timing: 8 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: Starts from R 350 per head
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Route 67

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The iconic Route 67 features a total of 67 Public Art Works that represent the 67 years of rigorous work done by Nelson Mandela for the freedom of South Africa. Celebrating the heritage of the city, this route is considered to be one of the most historically significant tourist attractions in South Africa.

The 67 artworks exhibited by this route are designed by renowned artists of Eastern Cape. Route 67 begins from the Campanile and terminates at Vuyisile Mini Market Square.

Location: 14 St Mary's Terrace, Port Elizabeth Central, Gqeberha, 6001, South Africa

Timing: 7 AM to 5.30 PM
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The Donkin Reserve

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Established by and named after Sir Rufane Donkin, The Donkin Reserve offers an insight of the evolution of the city of Port Elizabeth, which is named after his consort Lady Elizabeth Donkin. At the present day, this beautiful reserve flaunts abstract art, benches with contemporary graffiti art, metal artwork, a chrome figurine of an African woman, and exquisite mosaics.

There is also the Donkin Lighthouse, which is known to offer mesmerizing panoramic views of the bay and the city. Steeped with rich history, The Donkin Reserve makes for one of the prime heritage places to visit in South Africa.

Location: Athol Fugard Terrace, Port Elizabeth Central, Gqeberha, 6001, South Africa

Timing: 8 AM to 4.30 PM
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Cape Recife Nature Reserve

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Spread across a huge area of around 366 hectares, the Cape Recife Nature Reserve is home to natural dune vegetations, pristine beaches, breathtaking rocky outcrops, a 130 years old lighthouse, and a 9 kilometers long walking trail.

There is also a bird hide and an age-old military viewing post to let visitors enjoy excellent bird watching opportunities. Some of the wildlife creatures to look out for in the Cape Recife Nature Reserve include Antarctic tern, Roseate, African Tern, and African black oystercatchers.

Location: Schoenmakerskop, Port Elizabeth, 6011, South Africa

Timing: Open 24 hours
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Van Stadens Wildflower Reserve

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Lying 35 kilometers away from Port Elizabeth and spread across an area of around 500 hectares, the Van Stadens Wildflower Reserve features a unique terrain consisting of northern river banks, a gigantic plateau, and southern wooded slopes. This reserve was established with the aim of protecting and propagating the native plant species.

Although the reserve allows naturalists to explore local flora, succulents, and natural Fynbos, yet this is one of the most favourite tourist attractions in South Africa among adventure junkies. The reserve allows adrenaline seekers to engage in a myriad of adventure activities including mountain biking, hiking, and cycling.

Location: Cape Rd, Uitenhage Farms, Gqebera, 6001, South Africa

Timing: 7:30 AM to 6 PM
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Shamwari Private Game Reserve

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Lying at a distance of around 75 kilometers from Port Elizabeth, the Shamwari Private Game Reserve is aimed at managing, rehabilitating, and developing an ecosystem, which has come back to its natural state after years of farming.

One of the most recommended places to visit in South Africa for wildlife enthusiasts, the Shamwari Private Game Reserve is counted among the world’s leading safari and game reserves. Packed with a variety of safari lodges, this game reserve offers a number of unique experiences including safari game drives, birding, and kids safari.

Location: Shamwari Private Game Reserve, Paterson, 6130, South Africa
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Storms River Bridge

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One of the famous tourist attractions in South Africa, the 77 meters long Storms River Bridge spans over the serene waters of the picturesque Storms River Mouth. Originally constructed back in 1969, this bridge is perched within the Tsitsikamma National Park.

Hanging only seven meters above the red-brown waters, this bridge was reconstructed by San-Parks in order to enhance its safety and stability. This bridge can be accessed by covering a forest trail of around 900 meters. As you walk through the bridge, you can soak in the views of the breathtaking turquoise ocean and enjoy bird watching like never before.

Location: Garden Route, Eastern Cape of South Africa
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South End Museum

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Nestled in the heart of the boisterous Port Elizabeth, the South End Museum offers a sneak peek into the music, sporting, and social culture of the bygone times. Having once served as a boisterous cosmopolitan suburb with swanky hotels, good schools, and fish sellers, this place now offers an insight of the long lost past.

You can also spot the huge floor map of the erstwhile South End in this museum. Other sections of this museum pay homage to the legends who once resided here and exhibit photographic representations of the early community. The South End Museum also pays homage to the iconic local personalities, who fought for racial equality throughout their lives.

Location: Walmer Blvd & Humewood Road, South End, Gqeberha, 6001, South Africa

Timing: Monday to Friday - 9 AM to 4 PM, Saturday & Friday - 10 AM to 3 PM
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Hobie Beach

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Lying off the Rickenbacker Causeway, the Hobie Beach is known popularly as the paradise for windsurfers. The calm, shallow water with no strong currents make the Hobie Beach a perfect surfing destination in South Africa. In addition to surfing, this beach is also ideal for enjoying swimming and sunbathing.

The Hobie Beach is also known to host a number of events every year including world boardsailing championships, beach volleyballs, and the "Splash Festival".

Location: Miami, Miami, FL 33149
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Cango Caves

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The 20 million years old, breathtaking Cango Caves system happens to be a natural and cultural landmark of the country. Perched in the Swartberg Mountains, the Cango Caves is considered to be Africa’s largest show cave system.

This cave system features an array of mystic chambers cut into a thick layer of limestone rock. Only Cango 1 of the entire cave system is open for public visit. This place has a shop selling African gifts, original artefacts, and collectables. There is also a restaurant here serving delicious authentic South African delicacies.

Location: Cango Caves R328 Cango Valley, Oudtshoorn, 6625, South Africa

Timing: 9 AM to 4 PM

Entry Fee: R 80 per head
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National Museum, Bloemfontein

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Established back in 1877, National Museum Bloemfontein showcases the natural history, art, and cultural history of South Africa. Consisting of a total of 13 research departments in Human and Natural sciences, the museum also conducts intensive research in both the fields.

Certain exhibits of the museum are also equipped with Braille plates, specially focused lighting, and large-format text to help the physically challenged visitors to access them. One of the key highlights of the museum is the complete skeleton of a Melanorosaurus, which lived on the planet around 215 million years ago.

Location: 36 Aliwal St, Bloemfontein Central, Bloemfontein, 9301, South Africa

Timing: Monday to Friday - 8 AM to 5 PM, Saturday - 10 AM to 5 PM, Sunday - 12 PM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: R 10.00 per person
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Oliewenhuis Art Museum

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Constructed by William Mollison, Head Architect of the Department of Public Works back in 1935 and perched on Grant’s Hill, the majestic Oliewenhuis Art Museum flaunts an impressive Neo-Dutch style architectural design.

Once used as the residence of the Governor General of the Union of South Africa, this building is now a stunning museum exhibiting and storing brilliant artworks in suitable security and climatic conditions with the help of state-of-the-art technologies. The museum aims at collecting, exhibiting, and conserving artworks that showcase the rich heritage of South Africa.

Location: 16 Harry Smith St, Dan Pienaar, Bloemfontein, 9301, South Africa
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National Zoological Gardens of South Africa

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Also known as Pretoria's zoo, the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa is considered to be the largest zoo of South Africa. Spread across a magnificent area of around 210 acres, this zoological garden houses more than 9000 animals from over 700 species.

The zoo is home to both indegenous and exotic wildlife creatures including lions, the Bengal tiger, kangaroos, Komodo dragons, leopards, koalas, elephants, and gorillas. The National Zoological Gardens of South Africa also offers cable car riding opportunities.

Location: 232 Boom St, Daspoort 319-Jr, Pretoria, 0001, South Africa

Timing: 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM

Entry Fee: R 110 per head for adults, R 80 per head for children
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Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary

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Named after ornithologist-mammal gist, J Austin Roberts, the Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary is spread across a huge area of about 11.8 hectares.

Lying in the Walker Spruit open space system, this bird sanctuary is home to more than 170 species of colourful birds, including white-breasted cormorant, hadeda ibis, Egyptian geese, the blue crane, the grey crowned crane, white-bellied sunbird, the blacksmith lapwing, speckled pigeons, and rock doves. The Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary offers excellent birding and guided walk opportunities.

Location: Corner of and, Roper St & Boshoff St, Muckleneuk, Pretoria, South Africa

Timing: 7 AM to 6 PM
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Kruger House Museum

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Having served as the residence of President Paul Kruger between 1883 and 1901, the Kruger House Museum now houses a majestic bronze statue of the erstwhile president. The museum exhibits Victorian style architecture and offers a sight to behold.

The Kruger House Museum is home to antique furniture and essential items that once belonged to the Kruger family. An impressive collection of vintage vehicles is also displayed in the backyard of the museum.

Location: 59 WF Nkomo St, Pretoria Central, Pretoria, 0002, South Africa

Timing: Monday to Friday - 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM, Saturday & Sunday -  8.30 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: R 35 per head for adults, R 15 per head for children under 18, R 15 per head for senior citizens
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Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve

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Nestled on the foothills of the majestic Moreleta Kloof, the breathtaking Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve is one of the most-visited tourist places in South Africa among birders and adventure enthusiasts. In addition to enchanting birdlife, this picturesque natural reserve brims with fascinating game animals including zebra, impala, springbok, and blesbok.

The natural reserved is also packed with a myriad of trails that offer excellent hiking opportunities. Some of the commonly opted trails in the Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve include the 3.3 kilometers long Suikerbos Trail, the 1.6 kilometers long Rademeyer Trail, and the 2.9 kilometers long Duiker Trail.

Location: Helios St, Moreletapark, Pretoria, 0044, South Africa

Timing: 7 AM to 6 PM
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The Cradle of Humankind

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The Cradle of Humankind, one of eight World Heritage Sites in and if you are a down to earth person then it’s a must place to see in South Africa, and the just one in Gauteng is eminent as where humanity began. It is here that the primary primate, Australopithecus, was found in 1924 at Taung in the North West Province by Professor Raymond Dart of the University of the Witwatersrand. Also, is one of the significant vacation destinations in South Africa.

The Cradle of Humankind territory flaunts 13 unearthing destinations that are perceived as public legacy locales, both universally and by the South African Heritage Resources Agency. For those needing to encounter the origin of humanity firsthand, then the Cradle of Humankind, Maropeng and the Sterkfontein Caves are essential places to visit in South Africa and are just an hour's drive from Johannesburg.

Location: It is located in North West of Johannesburg

Timings: 9am-5pm

Entry fees:
for adults: R190
for Children: R125
Children under the age of 4: Free Access
for pensioners: R65  – this will include tickets to both the visitor center and the Sterkfontein. Pensioners are required to show their ID cards upon purchase.
for school groups: R120 -the price is per student.
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  1. Which are the best national parks to visit in South Africa?

    These are the best tourist attractions in South Africa for Nature lovers-

    1. Kruger National Park: It's famous for its abundant fauna. If you are fond of wildlife then this is the best national park in South Africa.

    2. Kgalagadi National Park: one can spot springbok and wildebeest. The center of attraction here is the red dunes and dry rivers.

    3. Addo Elephant National Park: It's famous for the highest no of elephants. This is the third-largest wildlife park in South Africa.
  2. Which are the prettiest places in South Africa for a honeymoon?

    These are the famous places to see  in South Africa for a honeymoon-

    1. Franschhoek: It's famous for its vintage car museum, walk in the vineyard with the finest wines and a romantic trip to wine tram.

    2. Queenstown: It's no less than a paradise for nature lovers with the picture-perfect view of the resorts, hiking experiences, fishing.

    3. Garden Route: It's well known for its long couple walks between the natural reserves, Cango caves, the pretty flying creatures at birds of Eden
  3. What is the best time to visit South Africa?

    The best time to visit South Africa is from May to September due to favorable climatic conditions. South Africa is known for rich wildlife animal spotting is easier here and the summers are scorching hot.
  4. What is famous in South Africa?

    South Africa is famous among nature lovers for its natural reserves including the varied flora and fauna. It's famous among couples as a favorite honeymoon destination for its varied number of beaches and resorts. South Africa is famous for its rich history. The adverse climatic conditions here make the county rich in mines and minerals.

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